#RipChyna ??? all of us on team Chyna love you and will love you forever babe.
— Chyna (@ChynaJoanLaurer) April 21, 2016
People reacted to Laurer's death on Twitter.
Some of my favorite memories of Chyna.. Her and Eddie were awesome together.
— Thea Trinidad (@TheaTrinidadTMT) April 21, 2016
Thank you @ChynaJoanLaurer You were good to me and my show. You entertained us. You deserved better ~
— Joe Cronin SHOW (@JoeCroninSHOW) April 21, 2016
RIP Chyna/Joanie Laurer. Regardless of anything else, she was a trailblazer and an icon as a wrestler.
— Eric Goldman (@TheEricGoldman) April 21, 2016
I had been in contact recently with @ChynaJoanLaurer to guest on The Ross Report.
Unfortunately now that will never happen.
RIP Joanie ?
— Jim Ross (@JRsBBQ) April 21, 2016
Chyna. Rest in peace.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) April 21, 2016
Jesus. Chyna. 46 is too young. Rest in Peace.
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) April 21, 2016
Chyna broke barriers in wrestling that I never knew could be broken. #RIP
— Leva Bates (@wrestlingleva) April 21, 2016
The epitome of the word pioneer. Godspeed my fellow Kowalski alum Chyna. You reinvented what a female wrestler is. May you be at peace.
— Frankie Kazarian (@FrankieKazarian) April 21, 2016
Someone who didn't get enough credit for what she did for women in wrestling. Sadly she will get that recognition now. RIP Chyna.
— The Young Bucks (@NickJacksonYB) April 21, 2016
Thoughts and prayers go out to Chyna's family. She was always cool with me. #Rip9thWonder
— James Storm (@JamesStormBrand) April 21, 2016
AWWW! I'm actually pretty heart broken about Chyna. I looked up to her when I was in my youth. I'm glad I got to see you in person.<3 RIP
— Ricki Sophie Ortiz (@HelloKittyRicki) April 21, 2016